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, diane sawyer, joins us with the latest in on ongoing abc news series, hidden america. this one, from the streets of chicago. diane, the powerful report we're about to see really takes us inside what can only be described as a hidden american war zone. >> it is true, but we want to say at the outset, as we know, chicago is simply a great city, filled with wonderful people. but as we're going to show you, there are some areas, where small children really do live, as we said, in a kind of battle zone. so, listen to this number. at least 419 people were killed this year, across a dozen neighborhoods in chicago, and that is more than all the u.s. troops killed in afghanistan this year. the cause? rival gangs, creating anarchy. and, so, "nightline" and "world news" decided to try something different, something unprecedented. we gathered 38 members of rival gangs, past and present, from hispanics to their black rivals, to talk about the slaughter and how to make it stop. tonight, in america, tens of thousands of children are living in a war zone. one of them is a little boy named ralph. hey
, why don't i look like jennifer lopez, jessica alba? >> reporter: as the former editor of "us weekly," janice helped give birth to the mom-shell with the glossy body after baby spreads. you helped create this culture of baby bumps. >> this crazy shift happened where it was cool to be pregnant. you go out showing off your body after you have the baby and that was a way for the actresses to communicate to the world, i'm still sexy, i'm stick employable and you want to be like me. >> reporter: but not everyone can look like gisele, shortly after childbirth. it's a standard even some celebs can't live up to. like brice dallas howard, star of "the help." >> i drafted the sanitation initiative. >> the internet has been ruthless on her, calling her terrible names. it has to be incredibly painful. >> reporter: but now, alison tate is leading a populist backlash. >> i felt dumpy and doubty, frustrated. >> reporter: she had just given birth to her fourth chiltd when she did something many women do every day. resisted taking a picture with her son at a birthday party. >> my 5-year-old son, who
murder rate. abc 7 news joins with us more. nick? >> good afternoon this, has been one of the toughest neighborhoods and one of the small business owners that i spoke with today says she'll not live in fear and she belongs here. police hoping that those feel the way she does will have a way to fight back against violent crime. >> this is issues in pockets if you're playing with the crowd that is what is going to happen. >> and she knows about violence and it has avoided skmer restaurant. she thinks she nes why. >> we communicate with the people in the neighborhood. they look out for us. >> communicate. that is what city leaders are trying to do. >> many are reluctant to come forward with information. >> there is a effort to reduce crime and there is a a number of those killed by gun violence to 906789 today the department introduced tip watch there is a new tool to fight crime. >> the goal tips can not be identified by police. the information inen crypted and web secure. the service allows information to be sent via text messaging or e mail. and there is saying community involvement is
. >> there is a sense of urgency here, when you lose you go home. so... i mean i'm sure hunter will remind us today before the game but... i think we all kind of know. >> it's going to be ryan voguelsong tonight and you have more games to win, but you've got to win four out of your next five that. is tough to do. i'm mike shumann abc news. >> wine freedman has highlights fans can expect at tonight's game. wayne? >> we've been here all day. it's been interesting to watch this place come to life from sleepy downtown san frn this morning to the place that it is tonight. vibrant. the center of the city and nation. some fans began arriving at 10:00 this morning zwrouft get a sense of the area. but the countdown began past two. giants took the field looking loose and business-like. fans can only hope to hit the ball as well tonight as they did here, we're just minutes from game time. no word as who will throw out the first pitch. they're keeping this a secret. we know who sang the national anthem. it's a familiar face. third base coach tim flannery joined bob weir from the grateful dead. he sings in his
you to lynn university for welcoming us here and mr. president, it's good to be with you again. we were together at a humanous event earlier and it's nice to maybe be funny this time not on purpose. we'll see what happens. this is obviously an area of great concern to the entire world and to america in particular, which is to see a complete change in the structure and the environment in the middle east. with the arab spring came a great deal of hope that there would be a change towards more moderation, an opportunity for greater participation on the part of women and public life and in economic life in the middle east, but instead we've seen in nation after nation a number of disturbing events. of course, we see in syria 30,000 civilians being killed by the military there. we see in libya an attack apparently by i think we now know by terrorists of some kind against our people there, four people dead, our hearts and minds go to them. mali has been taken over, the northern part by al qaeda-type individuals. we have in egypt a muslim brotherhood president and so what we're seeing can
us this fire is still under investigation and they are searching for a cause and/or engine of where the fire started. right now -- shop owners have shown up all day, firefighters have kept this area blocked, many are east their shops for the first time. nick smith, abc7 news. >>> in north richmond firefighters are trying to figure out if lightning sparked this fire at an industrial business yard around 2:00 this morning near giant road. equipment, vehicles and wood pallets were fully engulfed. fire department says there was lightning before call came in >>> right now san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi is getting ready to take back his job after being reinstated last night. early they are year he pleaded guilty in a domestic violence case and is still on probation and undergoing 52 weeks of classes. terry mcsweeney joins us with more. >> reporter: anyone expecting sheriff mirkarimi to be behind his desk at 8:00 calling the shots would be disappointed. he was on the job two months circumstance spended more than six, he has a lot of catching up. take a look at board of supervisors me
which means maybe a sprinkle or two. you can see rotating away from us. parent low down to our south and still stray showers in the forecast for today. if you get caught under one less than 1/10 of an inch. thunderstorms like yesterday will be further south of the monterey bay. >>> good morning. light out there now. overnight roadwork, bay bridge no metering lights no delays that hopefully will stay that way. southbound 101 roadwork over the waldo tunnel one lane has you approach the golden gate bridge roadwork north part of the span until 6:00. westbound dumbarton right lanes blocked until 5:00. >>> hayward police will reveal more on dna testing going on now that could potentially solve a case that has baffled the bay area nearly a quarter century. amy hollyfield is live with the latest on the michaela garecht investigation. >> reporter: the victim's family says they've heard from hayward police and the family is feeling confident that this bone belongs to michaela. the 9-year-old disappeared from hayward in 1988. police have told the family the bone they are looking at is that of a
the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. iran will be a hot topic after "the new york times" reported u.s. and iran agreed to one-on-one talks. the white house denied a meeting is set but added it is open to one-on-one talks. >> anything diplomatically now can help the president. >> reporter: iranians denied any talks are scheduled. as the president wrapped up prep at camp david his campaign released this new ad. >> president obama ended the iraq war of the mitt romney would have left 30,000 troops there. >> reporter: romney prepared in florida where he gave this advice during a football game. >> figure out which of their players is best and take 'em out early. >> reporter: the latest poll of likely voters shows the race is a dead heat 47%, with only two weeks until election day the stakes are higher than ever. >> this debate tonight so important. >> reporter: this debate setting will be different than any other presidential debate so far both candidates will be sitting with the moderator, at a desk. brandi hitt, abc7 news. >>> before you go, after last week's heated debate what kind of t
makin island. >> the ship has a lot of use in a humanitarian assistance, disaster recovery mission. >> so i guess you could think of the hybrid ships as a giant prius, if you will. yesterday people waited three hours in line for a tour. speck the same sod. the ship is docked just south of the bay bridge. back live now on the embarcadero where lane closers again northbound at washington street, down to pier 39. save yourself a headache and avoid the area. i made the mistake of coming down yesterday and i paid the price. get this, muni reported an extra 100,000 passengers that road trains and buses yesterday so clearly a lot of people got the message. live on the embarcadero, abc7 news. >> cornell, i'm still having trouble seeing the ship as a giant prius, but i'm going to work on that. >> that's just what i -- yeah, exactly. [laughter] >> thanks a lot. well, san francisco mayor ed degrees lee has 100 more taxis are going to be out to help with the traffic congestion. and he said there are more trains and stations and muni providing extra service. including the 47l, special bus servi
captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >>> good morning. thanks for joining us i'm eric thomas. >>> and i'm kristen sze the second straight spare the air day. >> let's get the latest from mike. hottest of the day week? >>> absolutely and one with poor air quality. good morning. the poorest air quality will be inland and hills of the east bay also the santa clara valley. rest of us will have moderate to good air quality still under the spare the air moniker for the afternoon. hottest temperatures east bay valleys also towards clear lake and ukiah upper 80s to low 100s. around the bay middle 80s to possibly middle 90s redwood city could hit 93° today. coast warmer than yesterday, throw upper 70s. a lot of sunshine today and a lot of heat. if you are going to be out in the sun drink plenty of fluids try to find shade, light colored, loose fitting clothing. cooling trend we'll talk about in a if you minutes. >>> good morning. sonoma highway 12 an accident wires down at that intersection. elsewhere earlier accident north 101 at 280 in the daly city area has been cleared. nor
them. >> thanks for joining us. world news is next. >>> this is "world news." tonight, breakthrough. jobs increase, unemployment down. back where it was four years ago. the president, fired up. >> unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level since i took office. >> but what does this really mean for the election and the country? >>> a massive emergency response. tonight, patients calling in, worried they've been injected with meningitis. what it's like to wake up today and wonder if it's you. >> i'm not just concerned for me, i'm concerned for many. >>> the sting. brian ross showed you tsa officers stealing your things, right out of your bag. tonight, he gets action. >>> and -- >> bond. james bond. >> the women, the weapons, the wit. >> i think he got the point. >> 50 years after the first one hit the screen, we have a brand new message tonight from the very first spy we loved. >>> good evening. we begin tonight with american jobs. and a number we have not seen in nearly four years. unemployment, now 7.8%. a surprising dip, dropping after 43 months above 8%. 114,000 new jobs add
with us. i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. first up our weather forecast. meteorologist lisa argen is in. >>> wait until you see the seven day outlook we've got everything. right now clear in fact the winds are calm and temperatures are in the mid 50s cool except if you are towards the delta 67 in fairfield. 57 mountain view, warmer day today, we've been talking about it all week upper 60s to mid 70s coast mid 80s bay with low 90s inland and it stop there another hot day on the way. >>> good morning. napa county north 29 on-ramp to 221 shutdown with injury accident. crews on scene. otherwise, a lot of roadwork through marin from san rafael south towards the waldo on to the golden gate bridge one lane to the north span also northbound direction too roadwork there. full san mateo bridge closure starting 10 p.m. friday to 5 a.m. monday you want to use dumbarton, dart or the bay bridge. >>> big bow to oracle's america's cup -- big blow to oracle's america's cup racing team. katie marzullo is live what is the latest? >> reporter: the latest from oracle is that the crew and the boat, wha
and snow affecting parts of the northeastern u.s.. this is a storm. >> today big rigs hit the road carrying trucks and equipment and are expected to arrive by thursday. >> storm still causing chaos fort( travelers. 100 flights cancelled again today at san francisco international airport. >> abc 7 news talked to some of the stranded passengersv:. >> this woman just needs to be back home. after 30 minutes, she still haven't have a flight. >> what happened back there? >> it's complicated. >> are the airlines cooperate something. >> yes. everybody wants to fly now. >> brian green's flight rescheduled for tomorrow. >> i have to be at a cemetery. so the circumstances definitely suck. that is my story. hopefully, they can help me out. >> we're in mendocino. and have thursday getting back to the east coast. >> at least he's in no great crush to get home. vegas. >> you're going to be a prisoner of love in loss vegas. >> there are years on the ceiling. >> mireon finds it amusing. >> where is this going? >> adding to the confusion is that all 114 flights to the seven airports were cancelled. to see so
to mike's forecast before she comes into work she must call him or something. thanks for joining us i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. you should dress appropriately for the hot weather. >> absolutely you want to be careful heading back to work especially if you work outside, a scar. er in many areas. -- a scorcher in many areas, no clouds, no rain, no drizzle, no mist. what we have is the potential for poor air quality especially in the east bay valleys and also the east bay hills in the santa clara valley a spare the air today many coast warm, low 70s to low 80s under total sunshine, hot around the bay, sunny, 84 to 91 extreme heat will start to develop inland 92 to possibly 103. that's your heatwave for now. >>> 5:0 starting today in san francisco, take your own shopping bag to the store or be prepared to pay more. new law in effect forcing retailers to charge shoppers who need a store bag. sue thompson is live at the safeway to explain. >> reporter: good morning. today saturday if you shop in san francisco do not bring your own bag, you will have to pay more. a new ordinance go
:00. >> and there are investigators looking for clues in a murder of a herk kul use -- hercules woman. her family says she was stabbed. police spent the day combing her home for clues. the family and frendz will held a memorial vij yint yil tonight at 8:30. and there is an update coming up at 5:00. >> there is a search for an armed man who fondle aid woman in the east bay this morning in eastern contra costa county around 6:00. the man held a knife to the woman's throat before fondling her. the victim was not seriously hurt. >> there are businesses cleaning up after another occupy oakland demonstration dissolved into vandalism. happening now, dealing with the aftermath of a march where protestors left thousands of dollars worth of damage behind. this custom glass will not be easy to repair and extra thick glass used for businesses and city hall were no match for force by protestors intent on smashing things and leaving a destructive mark. police say 200 pro testors started marching around franklin street, hitting windows and throwing paint. and also hitting oakland tribune offices and oakland police have been critici
. starting out with mild temperatures, mainly in the 50s but certainly cooler than what we've been used to. as you head out this morning look for the temperatures to stay fairly uniform. and by the afternoon those clouds are going to thin out and we will see mostly sunny condition today with numbers at our coast in the mid-60s. mid-70s to upper 70s. in the warmest inland valleys. we are talking about big changes in our weather not only for the weekend, but by the end of the weekend. looks like we are going to add some raindrops as we squeeze if in the giants game. will it be dry? i'll let you know coming up. katie. >> what is happening right now, the san mateo bridge is closed and it's closed for the whole weekend and that means tens of thousands of people will have to find another way to get across the bay. we have a live look for you so there's the bridge with not a single car on it. it's closed so that caltran can get earthquake retrofit work done this weekend. abc7 news property has details. >> >>> caltran's truck is loaded with replacement beams begin the seismic work. caltran steve w
year. >> just moments ago police told us there has been an arrest in the arson fire in the law offices of ozzy davis. the latest of what davis calls efforts to intimidate him. police have not released the name of the individual taken into custody or why the fire may have been set. >> a major break this afternoon in a house fire where a woman's body was found two. teens are now under arrest in connection with the death. the sheriff's office says the 18-year-old and his 16-year-old roommate beat the woman and then set her body, and the house on fire to cover up the crime. >> their intent was to burglarize the house and take valuables. they waited on the property, hiding and waiting for her to lee. she never left. >> investigators say the 16-year-old is a distant relative of the victims. thursday, the day she was killed the teen showed up with the pretense of helping the woman do yard work. both teens have been charged as adults.. >> a 24-year-old is under arrest accused of raping one woman and trying to assault nearly two years near monterey road in san jose. police say that she gave off
than yesterday because of two things: number one air mass is moving away from us hot air mass big cooling trend where we could drop 10 to 15° in an hour is where we get southerly winds we don't have them yet other the next hour or two that is going to develop. we'll show you how much temperatures will drop in a few minutes. >>> the bay aner is under a heat we've, nothing hotter -- than the a base to play for the division title. there's new word of a possible deal to keep the team in oakland. >> terry mcsweeney joins us live from the coliseum. . how are fans reacting to this? >> reporter: trying to talk with a's fan today about a few year lease agreement is like trying to talk to my 11-year-old son about college so far in the distance, don't bother me right here we have season ticket holders waiting to get in the coliseum which just opened up. these folks are here and now. >> . the line was long for those opening to root the a's on. so long, some didn't get tickets at 9 a.m. we found a couple in line having breakfast. >> oakland fan spirit. >> we got muffins too. >> reporter: the
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of the mass graves used by the man known as the speed freak killers. we will hear from the missing girl's mother. you may recall that she was kidnapped in 1988. she was nine years old at the time. on monday, hayward police told makayla's mother that one of the bones pulled from a mass gravesite could be hers. the gravesite was used by the speed freed killers. this is the first time the police have seemed this certain over the past two decades. >> i have shed plenty of tears the last few days with the idea that it could be her. i would like to have a resolution. if makayla died, then i want to know that. it just feels it might actually be. might be the answer. >> the bone in question is about three inches long. investigators september it along with the remains of another victim to that victim's family. they decided it just didn't match and had it tested at chico state. it turns out that bone likely is from a girl age five to 13 years of age. hayward police are now running dna tests to determine if it belonged to makayla. that's the question. they issued an apology for the mix up. hayward
was captured on surveillance video we were able to watch. apartment managers did not let us use the video on air but helped the police determine what happened. >> at one point in the video, a dark subject that evidently fell, broke the railing here, and landed basically where we're standing right now. >> police believe the sonoma state college student was hanging from who pieces of wooden rail that came loose from the third floor. police say alcohol was involved. >> the subject indicated he had been drinking, but i can't indicate how much he had been drinking. we are not going to do a toxicology report. >> residents we talked to said glen's fall caused a commotion. >> i was laying in bed and i heard like, till, tyler, plies don't go out. >> they say there are often loud alcohol-fueled partiness the complex, something they're used to because it's a student residence. >> a lot of times there's roommates underage and roommates that are overage so they buy the roommates booze if they want it. >> police are not focusing on alcohol use by a mine you're. >> our biggest concern was there was not
-most tentacles before making its dirty turn directly toward the u.s. somewhere from the mid-atlantic to new england. >> when you factor in the unusual track that it's going to be taking, that is coming in from the east, across the jersey coast, it's a once in a lifetime storm. arer the >> reporter: the so-called once in a lifetime storm will only get worse as it moves towards land. monday, it will collide with energy that will pull in some cold air from the northwest. now, adding to that perfect storm scenario, there's what we call a blocking pattern that shoves energy from the north back at the storm and back toward the united states. here's what all of that means to you. the storm will carry hurricane-force winds, up to a foot of rain and the potential storm surge that could top out at ten feet. extreme conditions could begin as early as sunday and last for days, drenching the most populated part of the country. >> this storm, that is going to be impacting the mid-atlantic and parts of the northeast monday into tuesday is going to be destructive, historic and, unfortunately, life threaten
, start us off. >> reporter: diane, good evening from the debate hall here at the university of denver. you can see the stage behind me. everything planned right down to the minute tonight. president obama will enter from the right. the governor from massachusetts, governor romney entering from the left. but to give you an idea of the intimate setting here, about 1,000 people inside this debate hall when it starts. look behind the cameras tonight. we're inside a hockey arena that normally seats 8,000, but they've created this intimate setting as tens of millions watch from their living rooms tonight. when president obama and mitt romney walk onto that stage tonight, it will be the first time they've met face-to-face in four years. last time, during the presidential race in 2008, during those back-to-back democratic and republican presidential debates during the primaries, when candidates from both sides were called onto the stage, it was then senator obama and governor romney, huddled talking. they have spoken by telephone. the president congratulated romney when he clinched the republ
of us are stuck in it. >> we will get here early and camp out all day. >> andrew johnston and his family will make sure to see them in action. but parking will be sparse for events like hardly strictly bluegrass. they encourage you to leave the car at home and hop on your skateboard or bike instead. >> i live in the glen park neighborhood. sometimes i take the 44 bus up to the top of the hill. from there i just it is all downhill. >> reporter: bike parking is free, so be ready to pay for $25 jefferson elementary school will park in their lot. >> our school is so under funded that this is another way for us to raise money. between the outside lands and this one, it makes about $10,000. >> reporter: people charging for parking will not be the only ones raking it in. they are already bustling with hungry customers near the italian heritage parade. she says she is ready for the crowds. >> it is a crazy day. it is a crazy week. we are looking forward to it. we are fully staffed. >> reporter: it-- >> it is crazy, but hopefully you will have a good time. i did see some people roller blading. an
how to get there by using public transportation. we have that map telling you where to go and you can get around that way. not only that, but if you do have to drive, and that's if you do have to drive, the waze traffic app can guide you around san francisco, get you around the traffic and get you where you want to go. abc7news.com slash waze. new this morning, the anti-war protest also going to draw a crowd for a rally. it's on powell and market streets. it starts at noon. from there they will mark to grand hyatt hotel. >> there was a shooting late last night. 21-year-old christopher baker was suffering from multiple gunshot wounds when they arrived shortly before 1:30 last night. one was pronounced dead at the scene. >> one person dead and another recovering after a shooting in east oakland. police placed at least two dozen evidence markers on birch street to mark the shell casings that were found there. no arrests have been made. it happened shortly after 9:00 last night. carlos vazquez told us it was his wife who first her the gunshots and told everyone to get down. no one was hur
of life. >> i've lived a great life. >> join us as a new conversation begins in america tonight. >>> good evening. as we come on the air, former penn state coach jerry sandusky has been sentenced to prison for the rest of his life. he is 68, and today he was sentenced to at least 30 years behind bars, the price for sexually abusing children, and today in the courtroom, he defiantly stood face to face with some of his victims who were just ten feet away. abc's senior national correspondent jim avila was there. >> reporter: this is what three months in the slammer can do to a man. jerry sandusky has lost weight, his skin turned gray and his gregarious, everyone's pal persona, shrunken inward. the arrogance, gone. >> he did not have that annoying grin. he is a defeated man today. >> reporter: and that was before the judge lowered the boom -- not a day less than 30 years, as many as 60. >> he will not get out until he is 97 or 98 years old, so he's going to die in prison. >> reporter: his wife, dottie, in court for support. sandusky complained about the verdict, and in a defiant but trembling
. how one expert's simple tips helped this guy add $3,000 to the selling price of his used car. >>> confessions of a centerfold. jenny mccarthy writes a surprising memoir about her journey from devout christian to sex symbol and playboy playmate. >>> and wild thing. lions in the backyard, monkeys in the living room. we'll meet the team confronting extreme animal lovers whose exotic pets could be lurking in a neighborhood near you. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," october 4th, 2012. >> good evening, i'm terry moran. well, tonight, there may be a secret cash cow parked in your driveway. because that old car may actually be worth thousands of dollars more than you think. when it comes to selling your own car, some quick, easy, do it yourself tips could help you increase the price, and there's a lot more to it than just hanging up a gas station air freshener in there. abc's sharyn alfonsi brings us the best strategy for selling your old wheels. >> reporter: meet the gross fam
administration's attempts to convince of us of that. >> reporter: the romney campaign is trying to reverse the tide on this issue. the republican contender used today's speech to keep up his criticism of the obama administration. romney had a swagger. he's riding a wave of momentum after last week's debate. latest poll taken after the denver show count has the race tied at 47 among registered voters. president obama had a five point advantage in the three days leading in the debate. the same poll found voters overwhelmingly said romney won't debate, the biggest debate win ever recorded by gallup. bigger than clinton's 42 point margin over bush.4!zf[ç in los angeles last night musicians lent their support. mr. obama thanked the performers and threw in a not so subtle reference to his debate performance. >> the president: they perform flawlessly, night after night. i can't always say the same. >> reporter: with the polls tightening the pressure is on vice president biden who squares off against ryan thursday night. karen travers, abc news, washington. >>> senator feinstein has called for a
he had been out all night drinking. >> residents say the road is used as a bypass during commute hours by those trying to avoid heavy traffic. speeding has been a problem here. >> there are maichbacks. i'm scared and i say a prayer every time i leave the house. >> we're sorry there are injuries it would have been horrible had students been in this streets or sidewalks when this happened. >> there are cans and debris. one man is in custody. police say another already had a warrant for his arrest and there is another twist. there is a rental car according to police, this car confirmed to us that it is one of theirs but it's unclear at this point whether the person driving was the person who rented it. in antioch, abc 7 news. >> okay, thank you. it could be a long night in san francisco. supervisors decide wlg ross mirk rim -- mirkarimi will be removed from office this, is a live picture inside of the chambers right now using cell 7 technology. 300 people are inside and there is everyone, we understand, who wants to speak will be given a chance. >> this could be a late night. there
do want to talk to. if they're not the suspects hopefully they can give us information that will lead us to the suspects. >> and in that pursuit two, suspects are on the way to washington state and this is to interview law enforcement and hopefully this couple and will be looking at whether or not they have a connection and there are police saying they've notified the family about the developments and there is more for you as this story unfolds in hercules. >> thank you very much. we're going to shift gears and want to talk about playoff geefr. there is about 15 minutes ago in cincinnati. they struggled through first three games and not today. there is a first of three giant home runs there is the team forcing a game three here on the west coast. there is live team coverage. >> that is right. there is across the paul park, fans are gone but what an afternoon it was. there is to come from two games to winning two games i tell you, people are believing again. some having a late lunch. some got off work early and here into the 7th or 8th inning. there is fans talking about how they neede
so much for waking us, thanks for joining us i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. developing news from san carlos. firefighters are mopping up and looking for the cause of a huge warehouse fire. katie marzullo is on the scene. >> reporter: that business is the 24 hour fitness gym. there was no damage inside. the fire was next door at the restaurant supply. 12:30 firefighters got the call. they arrived to find fire inside. the catch was the only way in and out usually the cause with an industrial area like this the front door was the only way in and out. there was so much stuff inside it made the fire stubborn and fighting it dangerous for firefighters. >> with just the normal stacking material in some buildings there's always the possibility of falling over then compromised by fire it -- we have to be aware of the fact that our firefighters could be injured. thankfully none were injured. >> reporter: the deputy chief tells me by law they have to have an extra three-man crew outside in case firefighters need to be rescued. they doubled that crew to six. they have a lot of cleanup,
,344. nasdaq gave back 67. s and p fell 24 points. >> transportation officials using new technology to fight congestion here in the bay area. the goal here is to reduce traffic time and congestion for the nearly 300,000 car that's travel along i 80 every day. when completed project will include new technologies including variable speeds and lane use signs. and metering lights based on traffic flow. >> this will help us better monitor traffic, communicate information to a central location and respond to changing conditions while advising drivers of conditions ahead. >> it affects traffic and expected to be finished by 2014. >> it's due or die for san francisco giants tonight in st. louis. wayne freedman is live in st. louis with the latest for us. >> good evening, we're just outside busch stadium. fans seem to think they have this in the bag. what does that say? pride goes behind the fall? one fan thinks he's got a special way to wake up the giants tonight. here he is. die three in cardinals land. and despite the view from rooms it's looking good. what is that? there is a flash of orange outs
won the national pennant. thanks for joining us, i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. the best team won last night. congratulations to giants. will we have rain for the world series? >>> it happened at the end of the game, thankfully, mother nature followed suit on the forecast we appreciate her doing that. we are looking at st. helena to the south 29 around silverado trail one lone shower there. as we look farther to the south in the south bay, a few showers around the santa clara valley, heading towards morgan hill and gilroy. most of this is sliding away interest us the morning commute is going to be easier than it was yesterday. -- more showers in the forecast for today and tomorrow. >>> good morning. right now the big issue is standing water from overnight rain. not raining out there now, both directions of highway 4 at hillcrest standing water there slowing drivers. we had an early early accident westbound 80 at pomona due to slick roads that went into the center divide. south 280 sand hill road flooding in the right lane. be aware you come up on that standing water reason for
-shirt no doubt who these ladies are rooting for. we want you to see your fan pictures send them to us. or share them with us on our facebook page. game two tonight, first pitch 5:07. game three in detroit saturday 5:07 pacific time. game four sunday giants should wrap things up. also on the road starts 5:15. >>> this morning police in hercules will determine whether a middle school math teacher was selling marijuana to his students. 66-year-old allen goodman was pulled out of class yesterday morning after officers found more than a pound of pot in his car left running in the school parking lot and they found $4200 in the glove compartment. police searched his home and found more cash along with equipment used to grow marijuana. >>> southern california man who broke out of jail and his wife have been officially charged by bay area authorities in the murder of a hercules woman. they have been charged in the death of susie ko in her home october 5th. the couple was caught in her stolen suv. washington was waiting sentencing when he broke out and started his trek north. he's also accused of shootin
to do some damage. >> i'm only going to use this in case of an emergency. that is it. that is nothing else. >> you have no plan to break in any business windows? >> none, whatsoever. >> eric: some demonstrators said they might three to camp out. about 30 protestors reconvened late last night but the same number of police officers station there had to watch them through the night. as of this morning, the plaza is empty. >> kristen: giants head to detroit for game three. the giants were ahead 2-0 after a surprise start by madison bumgarner who pitched seven scoreless innings. then in the ninth, romo shut the tigers down. giants beat detroit 2-0 and san francisco needs to win two more to capture the second world series title in three years. i'm same live at mccovey cove with family action. >> they are giving you a little bit of anything. if you like blowouts you got that. if you like a nail-biter they gave you that last night. the giants' fans seemed happy. they liked what they saw with their team now up 2-0 in this series. its position in this postseason series but not quite used to. th
travelers. kira klapper joins us from san francisco international with more. >> reporter: 150 flights through sfo are cancel now. it is only expected to get worse for bay area travelers as the week progresses and hurricane sandy strengthens. hurricane sandy is already making enemies. >> this was my first time flying. i feel like flying is horrible and i don't want to do it again. >> reporter: 18-year-old rebecca's flight new jersey of yesterday from new jersey was delayed turning what should have been a six hour trip into 11 hours then missed her connection to burbank. >> most of us missed our flight because it got here at 11. >> reporter: 150 flights, 75 departures and 75 arrivals in and out of sfo cancelled, leaving thousands of customers stranded since the cancellations began yesterday. >> what we are seeing today is a full cancellation of essentially all flying to and from the major east coast cities. this includes washington, d.c. airports, new york airports and boston as well. >> reporter: passengers are urged to check before coming to the airport. some who were proactive are st
-like country. >> well, that's what they think. there's also heineken. >> jimmy: right. so, tell us about this movie. i've seen the movie, but tell the folks in the audience. >> i play, kind of like a lackluster biology teacher who gets inspired because they're going -- suffering cuts in the school and losing the music program, which is taught by henry winkler -- the awesome henry winkler. >> jimmy: the fonz. >> the fonz. [ cheers and applause ] >> the greatest -- nicest man alive. >> jimmy: definitely. and the fonz. >> that's all you have to say. you carry that with you. i try to find different jobs to support it and keep the music program going and i end up getting into mixed martial arts, realizing that if i lose, i can just lose and make some money. all i have to do is just lose. fy keep doing that, i can make enough money to save the music program. >> jimmy: and you brought a clip along with you tonight. >> yeah, i didn't. i was rushing out of the house and one of my kids -- >> jimmy: it's okay. >> had a blowout. >> jimmy: it's not a big deal. i mean -- >> no, but i tell you what i d
it up. 9-5. >> and it's ended up to be 12-5, three more runs there after that. that gentleman spoke owe-to-us and fans are pouring out here. this game just ended within about seven or eight minutes ago. you've got folks out there with sweeps and now, they're winners of the west. and we're not certain what will happen next though this is 162 game of the season. a lot still up in the air in terms of the opponent. and could be baltimore, could be -- doesn't matter. live in the oakland coliseum, abc 7 news. >> there is now fans don't care what they're going to face next so they're going berserk. >> right. >> and in just two hours, president barack obama and mitt romney will square off face-to-face for the first time in this presidential campaign. >> you're looking at pictures in denver, let's check in now with mark matthews. >> there is a lot of anticipation tonight and interested in the debate. more people expected to tune in than for either of the national political conventions. the last time the president and mitt romney met was during 2008, tonight they meet again. it's a critical moment with
this man's checked luggage friday, just as he was arriving to the u.s. from japan. police say harris was carrying a smoke grenade similar to this one, strong enough to fill an entire plane with smoke. as well as a gas mask, billy clubs filled with lead, covered in leather, knives and a hatchet, all, police say, neatly packed in his bags. >> the possibilities are endless as far as what he could have done to it and what he was going to do to it. >> reporter: agents found a collection of other tools fit for a horror movie. body bags, duct tape, handcuffs, leg irons, a protective suit. even oven mitts and cooking tongs. federal investigators want to know how that suitcase made it on the plane. >> it had to go through screenings in those countries to get on the plane. why it didn't raise any suspicion with screeners, we're still trying to figure out. >> reporter: in fact, police say the only reason harris was finally stopped was because a customs agent noticed he was wearing a bullet-proof vest under his trench coat. along with flame-retardant leggings and knee pads. harris, sheern in ske
by to tell us what she could see at the desk we couldn't see at home. >>> money maker. what happened today at the nation's superstores? it could save you a lot of money on your holiday shopping and we'll show you how. >>> hitting the brakes at nascar. in a season of seismic crashes, why racing legend dale earnhardt jr. says he's getting out of the car before people get hurt. >>> and rolling on. ♪ start me up >> mick jagger and the stones have a brand new move tonight. what have they done now? >>> good evening on this friday night. we begin with the aftershocks from that epic clash last night, that fiery debate between vice vice president joe biden and congressman paul ryan. we now know that 51 million of us watched. so, who won? and what does it mean for the presidential race? with just 25 days to go before americans go to the polls, your voice, your vote. and our team is standing by, including the moderator of the debate, our own martha raddatz. but we begin with abc's jonathan karl right now. jon? >> reporter: diane, it was an even harder fought than the presidential debate, but today,
all we can to see if we can't head off to st. louis. >> and this is nothing new to us right now. it's not where we want to be. but saying that, we still have a lot of determination and confidence. >> giants 0-3 at home during post season. they'd like to change that trend tonight. they don't want to go back to st. louis down. >> thank you. >> sky 7 hd giving us a look at fans arriving. most people got tickets weeks ago before we knew if they would make it this far. >> lucky people managed to get prime seats today. if they weren't giant fans to begin w wayne freedman is at the ballpark with the story. wayne? >> we know it's the hottest ticket in town. fans did get tickets in advance. people did get lucky. there were other ways to buy tickets. you can go to one broker and pay a lot of money for it. as much as $900 for a front row seat or maybe wandering around the stadium this morning you saw the office that said tickets. you asked the question... >> long before the ballpark opened this morning before the arrival of the thundering herd there is a case study. right place, right time. be
at that game in st. louis. he has -- joins us now with the latest. wayne? >> hello. welcome to st. louis. you know that expression if you don't like the weather stick around, it will change? take a look at the stadium. this is the rain storm. it has changed. 20 minutes ago a rain delay in the bottom of the 7th. earlier, we took a look inside of the stadium. let's begin with a giants fan who came from san jose. >> no way i was going to let 2000 miles come between me and playoff games. >> here is his reward. it's charming and intermim in an intimate way. the color here is red. from the bricks, to the seats to the fans, too. all red until giants came out for batting practice in a light drizzle. including kbrin wilson looking game ready despite still recovering from surgery. there is marco scutero appearing despite soreness after monday night's controversial slide behind second base. among fans there are a few from san francisco. they're transplants from the mid west. in the case of jake whitly from tennessee. don't let the beard fool you. he's nine years old and it's fake. >> he loves ryan wilso
to the u.s. about its nuclear program. one republic called it an iranian ploy. >> and as to iran, they've got quadruple the amount of enriched uranium to make a bomb they had before obama got in office. nothing is working. >> reporter: the white house denied a meeting is set, but added it is open to one-on-one talks. but a source warned, the administration is cautious, because the iranians have used negotiations in the past as a stalling tactic. what is clear, this will be a debate point. >> we have iran, four years closer to a nuclear bomb. >> reporter: not just iran. republicans want to know if enough was done to protect u.s. diplomats during the benghazi, libya, attack. abc news has learned a drone did arrive over that city as the attack was ending and diplomats were being evacuated, which could allow romney to renew his attack. >> it was not a spontaneous demonstrati demonstration, is that what you're saying? >> please proceed, governor. >> reporter: while the president has been out of site at camp david preparing for this last debate, we did get a hint of his plan. highlight the k
team for to us do that was just incredible. such a blessing to be a part of that. >> giants have wonderfulful stories on the roster, marco scutero's 500 in the league championship series. he was named mvp of the series. he will take the field for the first time tomorrow night. as the dream continues for marco. >> i woke up this morning around 10:00 or 11:00 like was that a dream? just happy to have an opportunity to live this experience. >> the only thing that went wrong was manager bruce bocci calling and calling barry zito over and over again to try to tell him good news, you're going pitch game one. could not reach zito. so manager had to wait for the face-to-face. what are the plans for tim lincecum? we'll have that later on in sports. >> so here we are again getting ready to cheer. it's fun and big business former chants. mayor ed lee declared giants pride week in san francisco. abc 7 news is live tonight. wayne, not much time to get ready for this. in 24 hours the stadium will be loud and orange. people goring to be wearing giants gear. they're going crazy. we heard today t
>>> lingering showers overnight they won't last for game time. thanks for joining us i'm kristen sze. >>> and i'm eric thomas. >>> mike has the answer. >>> you will have to does tort chill that will be out there, hopefully the bats will stay hot, -- 50s. doppler not showing any radar returns they've all moved out over the ocean and dropped 1/100 of an anyone's santa rosa, orrin dark there may be a little wetness waiting when you step out humid this morning and a few sprinkles possible through 7:00. mainly cloudy around the bay 50s, sunshine will break out instability will create a stray shower or two during the latter parts of the afternoon into the evening stuck in the 60s today low to mid 60s for highs inland valley the same thing mid up toer 60s coast mainly cloud -- upper 60s coast mainly cloudy, 50s with a stray shower during the afternoon. >>> good morning. first look at your waze app. earlier accident in marinwood south 101 cleared. you can see the damage is done. very slow from before highway 37 towards marinwood. good news after that speeds pick up in southern marin, cen
on the anniversary of september 11th during an attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. his family says stevens was there helping to launch a cultural exchange center, one giving remarks today is the libyan ambassador to the united states. the man the state department has chosen to investigate the assault, retired diplomat thomas pickering, will address the crowd as well. california senator dianne feinstein and congress woman barbara lee will honor the memory of the fallen ambassador. >> i know his commitment in being ambassador to an area of our world that is in such turmoil was a high calling for him. i just wanted and asked for permission to host it with the family. they wanted it here. >> the mayor will give the welcome followed his his brother and two sisters who will talk about the sibling they knew growing up. >> carolyn, thank you. we'll be streaming the service at abc 7 news.com. there is a link to a site his family established where you can learn more and leave your messages of support. >> the president's campaign says the president takes responsibility for the attack that killed amba
the oakland police help they will be getting from the chp. it's 5:00. thanks for joining us. >> sue hall following friday morning commute. live look from macarthur maze into the bay bridge is looking good. tell you about overnight road work in just a minute. >> good morning. i'm mike nicco. check out live doppler 7 hd. a sight for sore eyes, no weather to worry about and fog is minimal. talk about temperatures. low to mid 60s around the coast. upper 60s around the bay and warmer inland. >> eric: i'm eric thomas. >> kristen: i'm kristen sze. a body of a girl who washed ashore at a san mateo beach has been identified. terry mcsweeney is live at albany high school with the story. >> terry: here at a albany high school is where kathy chu went to school. he was an honor student. her body washed ashore at the state beach in san mateo county. take a look at the picture of the girl. exact cause of death is yet to be determined. she has been id'd through dental records. she was listed as a brun run way on september 27th. abc spoke to a student last night about how students are trying to come to g
news. >> a huge mess out there. thank you. right now, the u.s. coast guard is searching for two people who disappearance when their fishing boat capsized. it happened in san mateo county. it's been six hours and the search continues for two men who have not made it to shore. we are at stanford medical center where rescue crews rushed one of the survivors. >> it seems like a pretty guesscy day at the samford medical center. he was airlifted here earlier in the day. they tell us he is one of four people on a fishing expedition earlier today. deputies say the 18-foot boat they were aboard was tossed by a large wave as they were close to shore. as you see from the images, the boat crashed on some rocks and came to rest upside down. coast guard helicopter and a number of rescue boats were launched to look for the two people who remain missing in the water but the teams have now started winding down their efforts. i talked with a nearby residents who said one of the survivors made it to his house to call 911 and then he went to try to help. >> it wasn't that big of a boat. that, and the life
gallon. lines bringing back pheplg res for those of us remember gaslines years gone by. people are not concerned about the time i talked to them, they don't care. a lot of first timers trying to get in while the getting is good. a few days ago $4.29 would have been no big deal today it is a good deal among the lowest in the bay area. so good sandy is willing to wait to fill his tank but he's not happy. >> just a matter of we are going to soak you a little more and you know, they don't care. >> reporter: prices have jumped say experts because of drop in supply caused by richmond refinery fire last month and pipeline problems in southern california. some weren't buying that. >> i think it is outrageous. i'm not sure what the reason is for that. i don't believe what is being purported. >> reporter: in menlo park although turnout -- low turnout at shell because of prices $5.505 -- regular unleaded so many fives the owner had to use upside down twos. >> i thought i need to get where i'm going i come in like i do once a week and fill up and i unfortunately, i don't pay attention to p
now reach the u.s. >>> officials are calling it the worst case of hoarding they've seen. dozens of 18-wheelers needed to clear it away. now, help for the horder. >>> and one honest cabbie. returning nearly $250,000 in cash, believe it or not. getting a measly reward in return. making us ask, what would you do? >>> and good morning, everyone. we begin this tuesday with jerry sandusky refusing to go quietly to his sentencing day. >> almost a year after the public first learned of the penn state child sex abuse investigation, sandusky will learn his fate later today. but he's already lashing out with a defiant statement of innocence and charges of conspiracy. >> abc's t.j. winick is in bellefonte, pennsylvania. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. jerry sandusky faces a sentence of 10 to more than 218 years. last night, we got a sneak preview of the statement he will read here at the court today. jerry sandusky now regrets not taking the stand in his own defense, after being convicted of 48 counts of sex abuse against young boys. for the last ten months, he's been
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